A Puzzle of Love and Hate

-What a mess! I love to hate and I hate to love!
So I hate to love the hate, and I love to hate the love,
but therefore and necessarily I love to hate to love the hate, and I hate to love to hate the love,
so I hate to love to hate to love to hate the love,
but I also have to love to hate to love to hate to love the hate… 
And so on… I’m sick of thinking about it!

-Here, here! I am a simple man: I love love and hate hatred…
So, in a much more straightforward way: I love to love the love,
and I love to love to love the love,
but I hate to hate the hate,
and I hate to hate to hate the hate.

-Tell me I am too naive, or radical, but I love them both, hatred and love!
And so I love to love the love, but I also love to love the hate…

-Don’t consider me a fanatic please, it is not my fault, but I hate everything!
And so I have to hate even my hatred, and both my hatred for hatred and my hatred for love!
And so at each passage I hate each thing and its opposite:
I hate the hate,
but I also hate to hate the hate,
and so I hate to hate to hate the hate,
and so on,
and moreover I hate love,
but I also hate to hate love,
and I hate, to hate to hate love!
I am forced to accept and reject the hatred that dominates me, and I refuse and yearn for a love that I can’t have!

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